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Sites to Encourage
We at JourneyMakers hope you find the following sites encouraging...

Let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds.  Hebrews 10:24

Women of Faith (http://www.womenoffaith.com/) Women of faith conferences are held across the nation throughout the year and bring women together to inspire, encourage and comfort.  Their web site provides conference schedules and much, much more.  

Promise of Hope  (I have requested this web site address) Here you will be reminded of how much God loves you.  Those at Promise of Hope believe that if you look to Jesus you will find love, peace, endurance, courage, joy and so much more.

My Utmost for His Highest (http://www.myutmost.org/) Oswald Chambers was a Scottish minister and teacher whose teachings on the life of faith and abandonment to God have endured to this day.  This daily devotional is a collection of his teachings compiled by his wife.

Purpose Driven Life - Daily Devotionals (http://www.purposedrivenlife.com) The hearts desire of those at Purpose Driven Life is to help you live out Gods five purposes for your life. These daily devotional are designed to help you focus on one of the five purposes each day of the week. Written by Rick Warren, author of the best-selling book The Purpose-Driven Life, and other key Christian leaders. These devotionals are designed to encourage, inspire, and strengthen in your Christian journey.

Wildwood Ranch (http://WildwoodHillsRanch.com/) There is nothing like Wildwood Hills Ranch anywhere in the Midwest. Their 400-acre facility is set in the scenic hills of Madison County, just south of Des Moines. The organization was founded in 2001 with the mission of providing life-changing opportunities and camp programs for at-risk and disadvantaged children. Kids from across the state are offered hope and love while being challenged to grow into leaders and people of integrity who contribute to the communities they live in.

PULSE 99.5FM (http://www.Pulse995.com/) The first all music spiritual music station founded in 1994 as Q99.5 KZZQ, a non-profit focused on the spiritual welfare of families with young children. As other stations have entered the market (and we are glad they are here!), Pulse 99.5 was launched to meet our city’s need for a rock station with spiritually accessible substance.